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April 10, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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'APRIL 10 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MRS.KLOSTER DIES IN TUSCON Body of Woman Is Brot to Forest City; Was 111 for Long Time. FOREST CITY, April 10.--Misa Marie Daley arrived in Forest City yesterday afternoon accompanying the body of her mother, Mrs. P. G. Kloster, from Tuscon, Ariz., where she died several days ago. Mrs. Kloster was a life long resident of .Forest City arid had been in poor health, several years. Last summer her condition grew much worse. Her daughter, Corrlne Daley, gave up her work in the Cheyenne, Wyo., schools to be with her mother and remained with her in Forest City until Thanksgiving' at which time she returned to her school work as her mother's condition had improved. However, she remained with her mother following the Christmas vacation and about the first of February the 'two of them went to Tuscon where Mrs. Kloater's condition seemed good hy the change of climate. Two weeks ago her daughter, Marie, flew by airplane from Cheyenne to be with her mother as her condition became worse. Mrs. Kloster|s death "was due to cancer .and complications. Corrine Daley and Mr. Kloster who were with Mrs. Kloster are returning from the west by auto and arrangements for the funeral will not be made until they arrive. Mrs. Kloster leaves her husband, three daughters, Corrine and Marie Daley, and Mrs. Clifford Ball ck of Chicago, five stepchildren and three brothers, Selmer and Elmer Isaacs of Thompson and Charles Isaacs of Des Moines, two sisters, Mrs. C. E. Robinson and Mrs. G. I. Koto, both of Forest City. . 'The opposite of setting-up exercises is skating.--Oil City Derrick Mew Hampton Student Member of Group in Charge of Play Day CEDAR FALLS, April 10.--Women physical training students from the three Iowa state schools will gather here Saturday to participate in the first inter-collegiate play 'day, sponsored by the women's physical training department at the Iowa State Teachers college. Representatives from Iowa university and Iowa State college will be guests of the · teachers' college faculty and students. The committee in charge includes Wilhelmine Haley, Norfolk, Nebr., Catherine Miller, Marshalltown, and Mabel Qustafson, New Hampton. OFFICERS NAMED AT EAGLE GROVE Mayor Appoints Newcomb as Police Chief; Hobbet Is City Attorney. EAGLE GROVE, April 10.--The following appointments were made by the newly elected city council: City attorney, Oscar S. Hobbet; sexton of Rose Hill cemetery, Anfin Shurson; fire truck drive and janitor of city hall, Otis Thorn; milk inspector, F. G. Brisbin; weed commissioner, George Dial; teamster, Jake Klst; supervisor of dump grounds, J. F. Smith. Appointments by Mayor Beer were: Chief of police, George Newcomb; night marshals, Neil Dunkel and Roy Cornstock; health officer, Dr. John R. Chrlstensen; street commissioner, William Wehrheim. Mrs. Julia Roseland was re-elected city clerk; she had served as assistant city clerk previous to her election as city clerk a" year ago. The question of a band director was postponed until a later meeting. and TOPCOATS \ DON'T LET A LITTLE SUNSHINE KID YOU ^./There's a lot of whippin' winds in the weather yet--and also a lot of chilly nights, when you'll get a heap of comfort out of a Topcoat. And if you're keen about Style and if you like to line up with it, you'll find our new Topcoats the smartest that ever draped those manly shoulders of yours. Just come in and ask to be shown the new Spring ... TOPCOATS 22- 50 to $ 3O°° Others at $16.50 Funeral for E. E. Brown Held in Fertile Church "ormer Newspaper Publisher Once Drove Stagecoach to Mason City. Indian relics ia now at the historical building at Iowa City. Mr. Brown la survived by a wife, a son and four daughters. FERTILE, April 10. -- Funeral rites for E. E. Brown, 83, local res- .dent .for more than 30 years and widely known newspaper man of two decades ago, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Christian church, the Rev. Carl F. Schmidt of Stanhope and the Rev. M. A. Lowe, local pastor, officiating. Burial was made in the family lot at Clear Lake cemetery.,His, death followed a brief illness of 10 days duration. Mr. Brown was born at Lodl, Col- ittuba county .Wis., .Feb. 4, 1848. In 1874 he was married to Mehetabel A. Mltchel at W e s t - P o i n t , Wis., and five years later came la Iowa. For.Hev- 3ral years he .vas a resident of Clear Lake and ·n the spring of ! 1896 moved tc Fertile where he E. E. BROWN, since made his home. Before the Belle Plaine and Blue Earth branch of the C. and N. W. was built, Mr. Brown operated stagecoach between Mason City and Fertile, making daily trips with passengers and mail. With the advent of the railroad, he abandoned the mall route and entered the newspaper field, establishing a weekly here which he published for many years. In recent years he took up the study of geology and botany, and also became interested in the tribal history of the American Indian. A portion of his large collection, of A TRIBUTE BY ARTHUR PICKFOHD Globe-Gazette Farm Editor It is with keen regret that we note the passing of E. E. Browa, a long time resident of Fertile. Mr. Brown was a nature student and during his many years of residence at Fertile found ; time to make a remarkable collection of Indian relics, remains of animals now extinct in Iowa and plants that are becoming rare. He had read extensively on geological and biological subjects and was an authority on what could be found In the vicinity of Fertile. Many of his specimens were placed on the porch of his home and the writer once asked him if there was not danger of thotlesa and mischief loving boys molesting his' collection. "On the contrary," said Mr. Brown, "they bring me many specimens to add to my collection." It was a pleasure to converse v wlth him on any topic and his kindly manner and gentle ways will long be remembered by those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. MRS, HARTMAN, BRITT, SUCCUMBS Funeral Services Will Be at Methodist Church on Saturday. BRITT, Apri! 10.--Mrs. I. Hartman who died tit her home Thursday, will be buried Saturday. Funeral services will be held in the afternoon at the M. E. church with the Rev. Eggleston officiating. She had been ill for seven months and had two operations. The exact cause of her death was not known. Christina O. Bab cock was born at Eldora on April 4, 1881. She was the daughter' of Andrew S., and Emillne Babcoek. She spent most of her girlhood at Eldora. On Nov. 2, 1907, she was married to Ike Hartman. One child, Faye, was bora to this union. She is survived by three brothers, Sam Babcoek of Cudahy, Wis.; Ben Babcoek of Fort Dodge and Anson Babcoek and one sister, Mra. Li Hie Taft who is employed at the George Campel home southwest of Britt, The couple moved to Brltt June 1, 1925, and lived here six years. Leg Broken as Corwith Playmate Steps on Boy CORWITH, April 10.--Bobby, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sutcliffe, suffered a double fracture just above the ankle. While playing, he fell and another boy stepped on his leg. He was taken to the Algona hospital where an X-ray was taken and the leg placed in a cast. He was brot home Thursday. | COMMENCEMENT NEWS * * * * * * * * * * * Forest C. Ensign to Give Address at Graduation Exercises Held at Forest City May 29; 18 in Senior Class at Plymouth Will Keceive Diplomas; McCormick to Talk at Lakota; Class at Clarion Large. Ensign Will Speak. FOREST CITY, April 10.--Forest C. Ensign, of the faculty of the State University of Iowa at Iowa City will deliver the commencement address at the local high school graduation exercises to be held May 29. The commencement sermon will be given May 24. Supt. C. M. Ross has announced that the following students will be graduated: , Carroll E. Anderson, Grace M. Anderson, Velva M. Bartleson, Milo A. Bolsinger, Nelsine Christensen, Donald M. Clauson, Phyllis B. Conner, June A. Fisher, Donald ' M.'Gelner, Doris If. Gelner. M a r v i n George, Marie J. GJertson, Llla M. Gullickson, Elmer C. Hall, Carroll O. Halvorsen, Alfred T. Halvorson, Leslie J. F. C. Enslpn Hirt, Viola L. Holt. Julian O. Indvik, Caila Louise Jensen, Marjorie A'. Kelly, Clair G. Klqster, Ronald McClement, Raymond Moklestad, Dillon W. Murphy, Arlene L. Nelson, Luriue Nelson. Pearl E. Nielsen; Ruby J. Olsen, Agnes L. Olson, Vivian M. Otis, Ralph J. Robinson, Ephraim W. Solvst, Grace E. Stephenson, Janice A. Thompson, Thelma M. Thompson, Thora R. Thompson, Fanny M. Wilson. Members of the high school faculty are: Miss DeEtta Hall, principal; Frances Brady, Clara McMullen, Trindle, Bohning, Gilmore Lindgren, Olan Ruth Raffety, Pauline W. W. Barnard, F. W. G. Ruble, Joseph G. Alico M. Dragstedt. Westby and The school board members are: F. W. Russell, president; Dr. T. J. Irish, Dr. Paul L,. Thompson, John A. Olson, Thorwald Thorson, Henry GjeHefald, treasurer, Marion Kinney, secretary. 18 IN PLYMOUTH CLASS PLYMOUTH, April 10--Plymouth consolidated commencement exer cises will be held May 21. The commencement sermon will be given May 17, according to Supt. Keith L. Benner. Members of the high school faculty are: Miss Shutz, principal, Mr. Woodman, Miss Barnett. Miss Emerson. The schot board members are: W. F. Urenn. president: C. A. Molsberry, S. L. Seeley, R. L. Dlxson, J. B rower. Students to be graduated are: Newell Butts, John Dorsey, Leslla Dunton, Mabel Davies, Bernice Hoffman, Wilbur Hill, Helen Heidenrich, Florance Lane. June Jones, Esther Howell, La Vonn Rezab, Wesley Rezab, Eleanor Witt, secretary; Leon Wise, Florence Woodhouse, president; Lester Wurn, Lauraine Wurn, James Yates. EXERCISES MAY 20. LAKOTA, April 10.--Commencement exercises for the Lakola high school will be held May 20 when the Rev. Mr. McCorniick of Westminster Presbyterian of Waterloo will give the address. The com' mencement sermon will be given May 17 by the Rev. Mr. Boese of the local Lutheran church. Students to be graduated, Supt. E. L. Grabau has announced, arc: Clarence Baum, Arnold Christ, Tobe Loats, 'William Clemens, Dallas Tremary and Lorraine Smith. Members of the high school faculty are: R. E. Hammquist, principal,, Helen Davidson and Her I hi NORTHEAST IOWA PIONEER BURIED Rites for Edward G. Platt 70, Are Held at Church in Fayette. FAYETTE, April 10.-- Funera services for Edward G. Platt, 70 pioneer resident of northeastern Iowa, were held at the Methodis church Thursday by Dr. D. M Parker. Mr. Platb died at the hos pital in Rochester, Minn., Monday following an operation. He had gone to tho hospital with his wife, who also submitted to an operation am was making satisfactory recovery Mr. Platt was born Feb. 1, 1861, in a log house on a farm near Edge wood and spent his boyhood there He attended the academy in Man Chester and later entered TJppe: Iowa university. In 1908 he move from Edgewood to Fayette and en tered the grocery business. Muller. School board members are: J. E. Smith, president, E. J. Woodwjorth, W. E. Ley, William Baum and H. H. Murray. Work is about to begin on the new $50,000 school building. Superintendent Grabau has been nere three years and was given a new two year contract. He is a graduate of Upper Iowa arid has had work at Minnesota university and at University ol Iowa, from which institution, he expects his master's degree in education this summer. BENNETT TO BE SPEAKER. FENTON, April 10.--The Fenton public high school commencement exercises will be held May 19, when Dr. A. E. Bennett, Des Moines, wil speak, Supt. G. p. Bclken has announced. Members of the high school faculty are: K D. White principal, Martha E. Gilbert and Mabel Brandt. The school board members are: G. R. Krause, president, Fred Bailey, Chris Geronsin, Charles Newel and Jacob Swiefel. Students who expect to be graduated are: Marjorie Bailey, Lorena Dreyer, Lawrence Glaus, Alice Hantelmann, Eugene Huskamp, August Rockwell Grocery. ROCKWELL, April 10.-- Lowel Clay has ceased to operate his gro eery store in Rockwell moving th stock to Marble Rock where he re engaged in business with a brother Damon's Inc - The Cheerful Service Store Damon's Inc * New Purses SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY They've just been taken from their tissue wrappings, so new are they. Underarm- Pouch and other styles. Every bag carefully fitted--Beautiful trimmings and colors. Why not have a purse to match each costume? This group includes Patent leathers--dull leathers, m o i r e , tapestry and the popular printed shantung's in a large assortment of colors --Also a large group of plain white and white with colored trims. MAIN FLOOR Krause. Wilfred Radig, Warren Randall, Carl Voight, Veneta Voigt, Maxine Weisbrod, Shelby Welsbrod und Loren Eape. LABGE CLASS AT CLARION. CLARION, April 10. -- High school commencement exercises will be held May 22. The commencement sermon will be given May 17, Supt. George D. Eaton has announced. Members of the high school! faculty are: Bertha E. HcChord, principal, Evelyn RiedeL Luella Omundson, Helen Parsons, Golda Harner, W. N. Kennedy, F. E. Mueller, Mary Ann Ripley, Aleta Malmberg, Carolyn Varner, Inez Patterson, G. A. Glendy, N. B. Andenion, Lee Stewart, Lela Young, Alice Wynegar and Olive B. Grenoble. The school board members are: Dr. T. T. Roosevelt, president, J. K. Hilton, Granville Smith, Mrs. J. H. Sams and Ed Turk. The following is a list of the seniors. It is not certain yet whether they will all be graduated or not: Gertrude Amdahl, Gladys Anderson, Marie Anderson, Lucile Armstrong, Jack Ashpole, Dolores Beach, Gladys Berkenes, Avis Boyington, Wesley Boyington. Bernice Bradley, Richard Bradley, Arthur Briggs, Lloyd Brown, Robert Brown, Burton Bmhl, Bernard Bunn, Malcolm Churchill, AI- vin Corsair, George Crabtree, Floyd Dahlgren. Genevieve Davies, Ruby Ulstad, Mclvene Draheim, Josephine Duitscher, Clifford Enge, Percy Enge, Albert English, Bernice Fraser, Ruth Gibbs. Azile Goslin, Gaylord Guriderson, Charles Hill, Helen Hlter, Gail Iscn- berger, Wilbur Isenberger, Eldon Janson, Clarice Jergensen, Nellie Kirchner. Bernice Koltvet, Laura Kuhn, Edna Mason, Warren Michael, Maynard Miles, Dorothy Millard, Eldo Nichols, Elizabeth Oldbara, Orville Olson, Margie Osier, Ruth PenfJeld. Gerald Fletcher, Edith Poolman, Richard Poundstone, Jacob Sadoff, Willis Schroeder, Lewellyn Sellers, Kntherine Shannon^ John Sheffield. Jesse Smith, Philip Spencer. Edith Tesdahl, Sherman Tesdalil. Walter Thomas, Lucile Tourelottc. Max Turk, Gerald Walsh, Myron Walsh, Katherine Wieg, Bcrnice Williams and Robert' Ziema. // CAR STOKES" A N D Y E T E A T I N G S Y S T E M / This man insists on modem motorcars for effortless ' transportation--but he cheerfully tolerates the fending cares of an out-of-date heating .plant. 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